Tale of two funerals - Hartlands All-Age principal, three youth laid to rest
IT WAS a tale of two funerals. Yesterday, on one side of town government and police officials listened as Prime Minister P.J. Patterson talked about the equality of human life in the sight of God, while students of slain principal Keith Morris wept...
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Farmers call for beef ban
Braeton Optimist Club celebrates fifth anniversary
Residents urged to provide quality representatives
Potato festival for April 16
Partner plan boss arrested
WESTERN BUREAU: ESMIE JONES, operator of the failed pyramid scheme Speedy Cash Partner Plan, was charged Saturday with fraudulent conversion and breaches of the Financial Act and is scheduled to face the court later this week.
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Roving veterinary clinic
Boys buried together
Dust emissions and the environment
Budget cuts mar start of Farmers' Month
Yesterday marked the start of Farmers' Month 2001. But it will not find farmers in a jovial mood. With the cuts in the Ministry of Agriculture's budget tabled in the House by Finance Minister Dr. Omar Davies on Thursday, the farming community and...
Factory managers to address soot problem
Jacobs rescues WI with maiden 100
BRIDGETOWN, CANA: RELIABLE wicket-keeper Ridley Jacobs smashed his maiden Test century to engineer a spirited West Indies' performance against South Africa, who lost three second innings wickets on the fourth day of the third Cable and Wireless...
Bridgeport win Captain's Trophy
Headley showdown at Alpart
Harbour View lift Fed Cup
Boys, Girls Champs will be hot
Forgotten in prison
IN 1995 the Appeal Court ruled that it was unconstitutional to detain juveniles and mentally ill prisoners at the Governor-General's pleasure. A lawyer pointed out at the time that an inherent danger is that a person so detained ran the risk of being...
We all have a right to life
Taking the bull by the horns
God help us if Mr Whiteman fails!
Letter of the Day Tackling teen delinquency
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN THE Gleaner of March 24, there was a letter from CONCERNED who was concerned that his/her 18-year-old son and other teenagers could have no hope in this country. In an obvious reference to the Braeton incident, he/she asked, "Is...
Wake-up call or rude awakening?
Kudos for Minister Hylton
Zhara Burton is 'Miss Jamaica Universe 2001'
MISS JAMAICA Universe 2001' is Zhara Burton, a 21-year-old reporter/producer at TVJ. The graduate of Florida International University, wearing the sash of 'Miss Dagian Designer World', won from a field of 15 contestants. Zhara was crowned Saturday...
Byron Lee and Dragonaires rock Risky Business
Can you get a man to
change for you? - Should you change for him?
SASHA GEORGEis 20 and has always done as she pleased in moderation of course. Her parents, though strict, encouraged her to be independent and although she complained about the archaic rules and regulations of her former high school...
ON MY MIND - I love children but ... I would love some time for myself
Looking after those nails
Manchester moves ahead
MANCHESTER High School secured their spot in round two of the TVJ Schools Challenge Quiz 2001 when they defeated Rusea's High School 31-26 last Thursday. Rusea's High took the lead in the first segment ending with 10 points, one ahead of Manchester...
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Reggae, Soca blend
25-year relationship is dying
Lotto results for March 31, 2001
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